Published on March 01, 2019
NAIT's fifth annual Pride Week starts Monday with a walk through campus followed by a drag show in CAT
EDMONTON – NAIT’s fifth annual Pride Week starts Monday with a colourful, high-energy walk through campus followed by an entertaining drag show in the Centre for Applied Technology.
NAIT’s President and CEO Dr. Glenn Feltham will be on hand, along with Edmonton Centre MP Randy Boissonnault, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on LGBTQ2 Issues.
Organized by NAIT, the Pride at NAIT student club and the NAIT Student Association, Pride Week events celebrate the polytechnic’s diverse student and staff population.
Other Pride Week activities include a Pride community fair on Tuesday and a fitness session on Thursday with QUEERFLEX, Canada’s first non-profit, queer-centred gym.
Throughout the week, room 182 in the Centre for Applied Technology will be a dedicated safe space for activities, staffed by volunteers who have taken NAIT’s Safe Spaces training and members of the Pride student club.
For a more detailed schedule of events visit www.nait.ca/safespaces.
Monday, March 4, 2019
Begins in U Building and ends in the Centre for Applied Technology at noon (see attached map)
Pride drag show
NAIT Main Campus
Centre for Applied Technology (main floor, CAT crossing)
11762 106 St. NW
Dr. Glenn Feltham, NAIT President and CEO
Randy Boissonnault, MP for Edmonton Centre, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on LGBTQ2 Issues
Tim Ira, Student Programs Coordinator